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More Liberal Incoherence

One can always count on Mike Wise, one of the sports columnists for the Washington Post, to provide examples of wacky liberal thinking. A few months ago, Wise not only jumped on the bandwagon to punish Donald Sterling for his thoughts, but he demanded even more by calling for … Continue reading

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The Liberal Police State Strikes Again

Five months ago, the NBA took away Donald Sterling’s franchise because of thoughts expressed during a private telephone conversation. And now the owner of the Atlanta Hawks, Bruce Levenson, must sell his controlling interest in the team because of thoughts expressed in … Continue reading

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Diversity At Google

Google recently felt the need to “go public” by posting some employment numbers showing the gender and racial/ethnic makeup of its workforce (see here). As it turns out, 30% of Google’s workforce are women, 2% are black, 3% are Hispanic, and 30% are Asian. Google claims that this is … Continue reading

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Competition Deniers Strike Again

The recent agreement in principle between Partners Healthcare (a hospital system in the Boston area) and Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is a good example of how liberals view competition and go about enforcing the antitrust laws, which is to say they don’t enforce them at … Continue reading

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Getting Excited About Elizabeth Warren

E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post seems to have a thing for Elizabeth Warren, the wannabe Native American junior senator from Massachusetts. Dionne never tires of praising or defending Warren, even if it means setting up and knocking down a straw man, … Continue reading

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Punishing Bad Thoughts – Part 2

So liberal folks have had a week to mull over the punishment of Donald Sterling, owner of the L.A. Clippers basketball team, due to statements he made in the course of a private conversation with one other person, which is to say because of his … Continue reading

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Punishing Bad Thoughts

Liberals continue to attack anyone whose thinking doesn’t conform to their ideology, and their efforts seem to be picking up steam. Lately, liberals have sought to punish Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty and Donald Sterling, owner of the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers, for certain statements relating to homosexuality and … Continue reading

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Higher Taxes

The New Republic’s Jonathan Cohn is positively giddy about tax day (see here).  Echoing the first George Bush, Cohn wants everybody to “read his lips.” Except unlike Bush, Cohn is demanding more new taxes rather than no new taxes.  Ah yes, what … Continue reading

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Obama’s Consistency

In his latest column (see here), Dana Milbank thinks he’s caught Republicans in an inconsistency. He argues that Republicans are incoherent when they call President Obama a tyrant as he overreaches on domestic issues while at the same time calling him weak and indecisive on foreign policy, … Continue reading

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Defending Authority

So again, a writer at the Washington Post characterizes Republicans as jihadists. This time, it’s columnist David Ignatius who mocks Republicans (see here) because they – gasp! – dared question the administration’s actions in the wake of the deaths of the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans in Benghazi on … Continue reading

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